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Deaths rise among reporters telling environment stories

Today 11:00am - Thirteen journalists who were investigating damage to the environment have been killed in recent years and many more are suffering violence, harassment, intimidation and lawsuits.

Warmer world will be more dangerous

Tuesday - A warmer world will be more dangerous. As the thermometer rises, so does the risk of conflict and bloodshed in more vulnerable regions.

Poor nations could be future species guardians

Tuesday - Developing countries are better than richer nations at promising to protect important agricultural species in the future, but do less well in safeguarding existing biodiversity.

Thirty years to climate meltdown – or not?

12 Jun 19 - How much of a threat is climate meltdown? Should we treat it as the biggest danger to life in the 21st century, or as one of many problems − serious, but manageable?

Survey finds number of plant extinctions is 'frightening'

12 Jun 19 - Human destruction of the living world is causing a “frightening” number of plant extinctions, according to scientists who have completed the first global analysis of the issue.

At this rate, we'll have more plastic than fish in the ocean

11 Jun 19 - If humanity continues dumping plastics into nature at the current rate, there will be more plastic than fish in the world’s seas by 2050.

What's worrying the plastics industry?

10 Jun 19 - This year’s Global Plastics Summit revealed an industry that sees big growth ahead but also serious challenges, from plastics in the ocean to climate impact.


Some day soon, people might be queueing to get to Siberia

10 Jun 19 - Siberia, currently one of the most sparsely populated places in the northern hemisphere, could become a target for mass migration as the climate warms.

There’s more CO2 in the atmosphere than you think

Cape Grim station, Tasmania

7 Jun 19 - Carbon dioxide levels recorded last month at the Mauna Loa atmospheric observatory in Hawaii reached an average of 414.7 parts per million. But in truth, the amount of greenhouse gas in our...

Interpol names most-wanted eco criminals

6 Jun 19 - International police have asked for help in tracking down the world’s most wanted environmental criminals.

Climate crisis seriously damaging human health

4 Jun 19 - A report by experts from 27 national science academies has set out the widespread damage global heating is already causing to people’s health.

Macedonians might have done battle with climate change

4 Jun 19 - Alexander the Great's Macedonian ancestors might have been struck by one of the earliest environmental disasters linked to human activity.

Author of dystopian climate novel is 'deeply optimistic'

31 May 19 - People have “a moral obligation” to be optimistic about the climate crisis because the alternative would be to despair, The Wall author John Lanchester has said.

Pope pleads for 'startling' inaction to end

30 May 19 - If the world is to win the fight against climate change, its leaders must stop profiting from fossil fuels that threaten the survival and well-being of the planet and its inhabitants, says Pope...

Inaction poses trillion-dollar risk for investors

28 May 19 - Delaying the implementation of climate policies could cost the world’s top companies US$1.2 trillion over the next 15 years, according to a new UN report.

Instore or online - what’s the greenest way to go shopping?

28 May 19 - Drones, robots, crowd-shipping and more offer new options for solving the sticky “last-mile” problem of bringing your purchases home.

MOON FEVER: It's all aboard with Musk, Bezos and Trump

27 May 19 - With Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Donald Trump and others making plans, the race is on to put people back on the moon.

CLIMATE CODE RED: It's time we all called a spade a spade

23 May 19 - The language of climate emergency has exploded into public space in a spectacular way, with media and governments adopting new and stronger terms.

Coasts should plan for higher sea level rise

22 May 19 - Ice loss from Antarctica and Greenland could cause far more sea level rise than previously thought, says a new report.


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